The Y opens access to opportunities, relationships, and resources for kids to be who they are and become who they want to be. Many programs are included in the cost of your Y membership. Please read our FAQ for additional information.
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Spring 2 Late Registration
11:59pm on May 28
Each member is welcome to register for unlimited classes but not two of the same class.
Ages 6 months-adult
Swim Lessons provide important life skills that could save a life, and will benefit you for a lifetime.
Music and Theater, and Visual Arts
Ages 3 years-adult
We celebrate diversity and the arts everywhere at the Y. Our arts programs encourage personal expression and the freedom to create.
Ages 9 months-18 years
In YMCA Gymnastics, children and teenagers gain self-confidence and develop discipline while building strength, flexibility, and coordination.
Summer Day Camp
Summer Day Camp offers kids the chance to experience cooperative learning, hands-on
exploration, crafts, swimming, games and so much more. Registration for camp is open until August 25.
Fun, Safety, and Confidence in the Water
Swim lessons at the Y help members who want to learn a life skill by increasing their knowledge, ability, and stamina to build smart, strong swimmers, and confidence. Y swim lessons feature skill-based instruction that maximizes physical activity, emphasizes safety, and elevates character development. We stress positive values and give members the opportunity to practice them, growing their self-esteem and self-worth, while having a great time.
View our swim lesson level guide to find the right class for you.
Parent and Child lessons feature family-style swim lessons where a parent is in the water and attending with their child. Lesson plans and activities designed to help parents teach Y swim skills with swim instructor support. One child per parent in the water.
Levels 1-3 help preschoolers learn personal water safety and achieve basic swimming competency by learning two benchmark skills — swim, float, swim and jump, push, turn, grab.
Levels 1-4 feature socially distanced in-water activities where kids learn from a swim instructor in the pool with them.
Levels 5-6 feature socially distanced in swim lane activities where kids learn from a swim instructor on the deck.
Levels 4-5 introduce basic stroke techniques of front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, and butterfly while teaching continued water safety. For swimmers' safety, they should be able to swim 15 yards independently on their front and back.
Level 6 refines stroke technique on all major competitive strokes and encourages swimming as part of a healthy lifestyle. For swimmers' safety, they should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke for 25 yards.
Levels 1-3 introduce personal water safety and achieve basic swimming competency by learning swim, float swim and jump, push, turn, and grab.
Levels 4-5 help students learn additional water safety skills and build stroke technique, developing skills that prevent chronic disease, increase social-emotional and cognitive well-being, and foster a lifetime of physical activity.